Luxaviation will be adding a Cirrus Vision Jet to its managed UK aircraft fleet on December 11. The single-engine jet will also be the first Luxaviation UK aircraft on the Guernsey Registry, the company added. “Managed aircraft may have been inactive for unusually long periods this year but Luxaviation UK has remained constantly vigilant and busy, working hard for our clients,” said Luxaviation UK managing director George Galanopoulos. “Aircraft must be ready to fly at any time.”
The charter and aircraft management company’s services include flight planning, crew provision, and comprehensive safety compliance, including meeting its Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization responsibilities, Galanopoulos added.
He said business jet demand has fluctuated in 2020 because of Covid-19 but the company has kept an open and constructive dialogue with key aviation authorities, including EASA. “With international travel restrictions and regulations changing every day, we’re committed to keeping ourselves and our clients informed,” Galanopoulos said.